Researchers have developed a vaccine using stem cells that protected mice injected with pancreatic cancer cells from developing tumours.
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After screening 4,500 compounds using induced pluripotent stem cells, researchers have identified one lead that could treat pulmonary arterial hypertension.
DTR's Victoria Rees interviews Payton Weidenbacher from Stanford University, who discusses a new potential SARS-CoV-2 vaccine that the team he works on developed using nanotechnology.
Researchers have used nanobodies to act as an assistant to CRISPR, bringing in effectors to turn specific genes on and off.
Researchers from Massachusetts General Hospital have studied several thousand circulating proteins within the plasma proteome of symptomatic COVID-19 patients and acutely ill non-COVID-19 controls. Nikki Withers discussed their findings and implications of the study with one of the lead authors, Dr Mike Filbin.
According to researchers, Rab27b and epiregulin contribute to the development of radioresistance and could be targeted to improve glioblastoma patient survival.
Having resolved the structure of psychedelic drugs bound to the 5-HT2A serotonin receptor researchers are now developing new therapeutic drugs.
The novel formulation hit peak activity at nine minutes, less than half the time taken for a commercially available formulation.
The novel technology allows researchers to create three-dimensional images of signal propagation and calcium concentration changes in the neocortex of live mice.
A new technology called mass cytometry, or CyTOF, is providing new insights into a range of key proteins in blood cancer cells.
Researchers have used high-throughput screening on AAV vector capsid libraries to identify which ones are best for certain gene therapies.
Researchers have developed a way to produce proteins from lettuce which can effectively combat pulmonary arterial hypertension in animals.
Drugs that were being developed to treat enterovirus have also been found to treat certain cancers in mice.
Researchers have discovered a particular protein that is required for enterovirus replication and survival, presenting a therapeutic target.